It Can’t Happen Here is the story of an American Presidential candidate running against the tide of Democratic progressive reform who is elected against all odds on a platform based on inspiring fear while making grand promise of impossible economic and social reforms built upon a foundation of returning American to its traditional ideals and patriotic greatness. No, it’s not a biography of Donald Trump; Lewis wrote his novel in the 1930s in response to the rising tide of fascism unraveling around the world. But, hey, the dystopic events in that novel…couldn’t happen here and now.
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